A new important acquisition for Saipem’s Onshore Construction in Kazakhstan

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October 6, 2000

Saipem, a company of Eni Group, in consortium with Consolidated Contractors International Company, has been awarded a Contract for the Main Works related to the development project of the giant Karachaganak oil field in West Kazakhstan, by Karachaganak Petroleum Operating BV, an international oil operator including British Gas, Eni-Agip, Texaco and Lukoil.

The Contract, whose total value is worth approximately US$ 800 million, of which Saipem’s share is about half, covers civil works, infrastructures and mechanical works related to a production unit and gas re-injection facilities, a process plant and a 635 km x 24” pipeline with pumping station and terminal.

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